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central market, casablanca

Central Market, Casablanca, Morocco

The first day of our tour is quite hectic. In Casablanca we will be visiting the central market, Habous Quarter souq, Mohammed V square, Hassan II mosque followed by lunch at Ain Diab, dubbed as the croniche of Casablanca.

After lunch, we’ll take a 100km drive to Rabat, the capital of Morocco. There, we’ll visit the King’s palace, Mohamed V Mausoleum, Kasbah of Udayas and the mouth of river Bou Regreg. In almost all the major cities in Morocco, the King has a palace.

First in the itinerary is a visit to the central market. In the 60’s, this central market is frequented by celebrities, royalties, dignitaries and of-course the local. Rubbing shoulders with them was common. All-in-all the central market now is just like any other market in a big city. You’ll find vendors selling vegetables, fruits, flowers, spice power, kitchen essentials and the like.

central market, casablanca

Provision shop in the central market.

central market, casablanca

Kitchen essentials sold here.

central market, casablanca

Basket if you require one.

central market, casablanca

Many varieties of fruits.

central market, casablanca

Many kinds of vegetables.

central market, casablanca

Flowers are also available.

Casablanca itinerary.

Casablanca itinerary.

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